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Background: Free-living amoebae, which are called as amphizoic amoebae, could live in various environmental sources such as water, soil, dust and also human and animal tissues. According to possible contamination of hot springs to free living amoebae and developing related disease such as keratitis ...

Latifi, A.; Niyyati, M.; Valayi, N.; Lasjerdi, Z.
Faculty of Medicine, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
Pejouhesh dar Pezeshki, 2015, 38, 4, pp Pe214-Pe220